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  • Imperial Range Hood Blog
    degree angles Our hoods are tested for performance with a maximum 20 run Each turn adds to the duct runs over all length The first turn will add about 5 to the run the second will add 7 to 10 A third turn will add 12 to 15 We recommend no more then two turns in any duct run Whenever possible those turns should use two 45 degree elbows instead of a 90 degree elbow You cut the added duct length approximately in half if you use 45 degree turns instead of 90 degree turns Do not decrease the size of the ducting this will cause back pressure and interfere with air flow If you are going to use rectangular ducting be sure it measures at least 3 x 12 For optimal performance when using an In Line Blower With an 8 duct there should be a 2 foot straight run in front and behind the blower With a 10 duct there should be a 3 foot straight run in front and behind the blower For optimal performance when using a Silencer With an 8 duct there should be a 2 foot straight run in front and behind the silencer With a 10 duct there should be a 3 foot straight run in front and behind the silencer Cleaning and Care of your Range Hood It is important to periodically clean your range hood and filters How often you clean your hood depends on the amount of usage and the individual type of cooking Frying generates more grease and increases the need for more frequent cleaning Stainless Steel Hoods To clean use a clean soft cloth and mild dish detergent or stainless steel cleaner Wipe in the direction of the stainless steel grain Do not use abrasive cleaners acids or scouring pads Never use paper towels to clean your hood as they can leave scratch marks Rinse with warm water and once again wipe dry with a soft cloth in the direction of the grain Powder Coated Hoods To clean use a clean soft cloth and mild dish detergent or degreaser such as Simple Green Do not use abrasive cleaners acids or scouring pads Never use paper towels to clean your hood since they can leave scratch marks Rinse with warm water and once again wipe the range hood dry with a soft cloth Cleaning and Care of your Filters It is very important to keep the filters clean When filters are dirty the overall performance of the range hood is affected Baffles To clean baffles remove the center panel baffles and grease tray Wash them in the dishwasher or spray them with a degreaser Simple Green and wash them by hand Dry them thoroughly before replacing NOTE Grease accumulates in the grease tray and should be cleaned regularly Mesh Clean it in the dishwasher or spray it with a degreaser Simple Green and wash with warm water by hand NOTE Some dishwashing detergents may discolor mesh filters but this

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  • Imperial Range Hood Blog
    degree angles Our hoods are tested for performance with a maximum 20 run Each turn adds to the duct runs over all length The first turn will add about 5 to the run the second will add 7 to 10 A third turn will add 12 to 15 We recommend no more then two turns in any duct run Whenever possible those turns should use two 45 degree elbows instead of a 90 degree elbow You cut the added duct length approximately in half if you use 45 degree turns instead of 90 degree turns Do not decrease the size of the ducting this will cause back pressure and interfere with air flow If you are going to use rectangular ducting be sure it measures at least 3 x 12 For optimal performance when using an In Line Blower With an 8 duct there should be a 2 foot straight run in front and behind the blower With a 10 duct there should be a 3 foot straight run in front and behind the blower For optimal performance when using a Silencer With an 8 duct there should be a 2 foot straight run in front and behind the silencer With a 10 duct there should be a 3 foot straight run in front and behind the silencer Cleaning and Care of your Range Hood It is important to periodically clean your range hood and filters How often you clean your hood depends on the amount of usage and the individual type of cooking Frying generates more grease and increases the need for more frequent cleaning Stainless Steel Hoods To clean use a clean soft cloth and mild dish detergent or stainless steel cleaner Wipe in the direction of the stainless steel grain Do not use abrasive cleaners acids or scouring pads Never use paper towels to clean your hood as they can leave scratch marks Rinse with warm water and once again wipe dry with a soft cloth in the direction of the grain Powder Coated Hoods To clean use a clean soft cloth and mild dish detergent or degreaser such as Simple Green Do not use abrasive cleaners acids or scouring pads Never use paper towels to clean your hood since they can leave scratch marks Rinse with warm water and once again wipe the range hood dry with a soft cloth Cleaning and Care of your Filters It is very important to keep the filters clean When filters are dirty the overall performance of the range hood is affected Baffles To clean baffles remove the center panel baffles and grease tray Wash them in the dishwasher or spray them with a degreaser Simple Green and wash them by hand Dry them thoroughly before replacing NOTE Grease accumulates in the grease tray and should be cleaned regularly Mesh Clean it in the dishwasher or spray it with a degreaser Simple Green and wash with warm water by hand NOTE Some dishwashing detergents may discolor mesh filters but this

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  • Imperial Range Hood Blog
    height Equals stack height How to calculate duct run when using 45 and 90 degree angles Our hoods are tested for performance with a maximum 20 run Each turn adds to the duct runs over all length The first turn will add about 5 to the run the second will add 7 to 10 A third turn will add 12 to 15 We recommend no more then two turns in any duct run Whenever possible those turns should use two 45 degree elbows instead of a 90 degree elbow You cut the added duct length approximately in half if you use 45 degree turns instead of 90 degree turns Do not decrease the size of the ducting this will cause back pressure and interfere with air flow If you are going to use rectangular ducting be sure it measures at least 3 x 12 For optimal performance when using an In Line Blower With an 8 duct there should be a 2 foot straight run in front and behind the blower With a 10 duct there should be a 3 foot straight run in front and behind the blower For optimal performance when using a Silencer With an 8 duct there should be a 2 foot straight run in front and behind the silencer With a 10 duct there should be a 3 foot straight run in front and behind the silencer Cleaning and Care of your Range Hood It is important to periodically clean your range hood and filters How often you clean your hood depends on the amount of usage and the individual type of cooking Frying generates more grease and increases the need for more frequent cleaning Stainless Steel Hoods To clean use a clean soft cloth and mild dish detergent or stainless steel cleaner Wipe in the direction of the stainless steel grain Do not use abrasive cleaners acids or scouring pads Never use paper towels to clean your hood as they can leave scratch marks Rinse with warm water and once again wipe dry with a soft cloth in the direction of the grain Powder Coated Hoods To clean use a clean soft cloth and mild dish detergent or degreaser such as Simple Green Do not use abrasive cleaners acids or scouring pads Never use paper towels to clean your hood since they can leave scratch marks Rinse with warm water and once again wipe the range hood dry with a soft cloth Cleaning and Care of your Filters It is very important to keep the filters clean When filters are dirty the overall performance of the range hood is affected Baffles To clean baffles remove the center panel baffles and grease tray Wash them in the dishwasher or spray them with a degreaser Simple Green and wash them by hand Dry them thoroughly before replacing NOTE Grease accumulates in the grease tray and should be cleaned regularly Mesh Clean it in the dishwasher or spray it with a degreaser Simple Green and wash with

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  • Product_Registration
    not applicable CFM Any 100 500 501 1000 1001 1500 1501 2000 not applicable Search for Products Home Island Hoods Wall Hoods Under Cabinet Inserts Outdoor Hoods Copper Zinc Range Hood Accessories Buyers Guide Warranty Registration All fields are required Your Name Phone Email Preferred method of contact phone email Store Name Purchased Model Serial Enter this text 400 CFM Series Rear Vented Hoods Ductless Range Hoods Custom Range Hoods

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  • Accessories
    10 7 8 Finish std stainless steel white or black powder coat Finish opt powder coated finish in choice of 60 colors and textures Series FK3 MF3 MF6 GMF3 4 View Details Title Recirculating Kit Description The recirculating kit is available on the G3000SD2 3000SD2 and N1900SD2 models The range hood is attached to the underside of the cabinet through the recirculating kit The recirculating kit comes complete with mounting hardware A charcoal filter is concealed behind the front grill There are also full bottom filters on the range hood which effectively give you two filter systems Charcoal filters cannot be cleaned and must be changed regularly Bottom filters may be cleaned in the dishwasher There is no CFM rating since the air is being recirculated The recirculating kits are available in 304 marine grade stainless steel black or white powder coat Widths 30 36 42 48 see schematic Height 2 3 8 Depth 11 7 8 Finish std stainless steel white or black powder coat Finish opt powder coated finish in choice of 60 colors and textures Series NV 5 View Details Title In Line Blower Description The In Line Blower fits Imperial s Insert series C2000 8 and 10 and Wall Mount WH1900 8 and 10 Available in 8 or 10 sizes All parts are made of galvanized steel Warranty provided by Fantech 800 747 1762 NOT included in Imperial s standard 7 Year In Home Warranty Height not applicable Depth not applicable Finish std stainless steel Finish opt not applicable Series ILB 6 View Details Title Silencer Description Imperial s Silencer is made for use in kitchen range hood ventilation where noise is a concern Units feature rubber seal on inlet and outlet Available in 8 or 10 Made of galvanized steel Height not applicable Depth not applicable Finish std not applicable Finish opt not applicable Series S8 S10 7 View Details Title Replacement Baffle Filters Description Imperial replacement filters are available for all our hoods Baffle filters are stainless steel TO ORDER A REPLACEMENT FILTER PLEASE CALL US AT 800 851 4192 WITH YOUR FILTER DIMENSIONS Sold only in sets of two The 54 and 60 models require two sets 4 filters Height not applicable Depth not applicable Finish std not applicable Finish opt not applicable Series Replacement Filters 8 View Details Title Replacement Slim Baffle Filters Description Imperial has designed a NEW Slim Baffle Filter that gives the majority of our hoods a pro style look Its unique thin design combines the professional look of a baffle filter with the easy clean convienence of a mesh filter Slim Baffle reduces mesh filter CFM by 10 TO ORDER A REPLACEMENT FILTER PLEASE CALL US AT 800 851 4192 WITH YOUR FILTER DIMENSIONS Sold only in sets of two Some models require 2 sets 4 filters Height not applicable Depth not applicable Finish std not applicable Finish opt not applicable Series Replacement Filters 9 View Details Title Replacement Mesh Filters Description Imperial replacement filters are available for

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  • Imperial Range Hood Blog
    tested for performance with a maximum 20 run Each turn adds to the duct runs over all length The first turn will add about 5 to the run the second will add 7 to 10 A third turn will add 12 to 15 We recommend no more then two turns in any duct run Whenever possible those turns should use two 45 degree elbows instead of a 90 degree elbow You cut the added duct length approximately in half if you use 45 degree turns instead of 90 degree turns Do not decrease the size of the ducting this will cause back pressure and interfere with air flow If you are going to use rectangular ducting be sure it measures at least 3 x 12 For optimal performance when using an In Line Blower With an 8 duct there should be a 2 foot straight run in front and behind the blower With a 10 duct there should be a 3 foot straight run in front and behind the blower For optimal performance when using a Silencer With an 8 duct there should be a 2 foot straight run in front and behind the silencer With a 10 duct there should be a 3 foot straight run in front and behind the silencer Cleaning and Care of your Range Hood It is important to periodically clean your range hood and filters How often you clean your hood depends on the amount of usage and the individual type of cooking Frying generates more grease and increases the need for more frequent cleaning Stainless Steel Hoods To clean use a clean soft cloth and mild dish detergent or stainless steel cleaner Wipe in the direction of the stainless steel grain Do not use abrasive cleaners acids or scouring pads Never use paper towels to clean your hood as they can leave scratch marks Rinse with warm water and once again wipe dry with a soft cloth in the direction of the grain Powder Coated Hoods To clean use a clean soft cloth and mild dish detergent or degreaser such as Simple Green Do not use abrasive cleaners acids or scouring pads Never use paper towels to clean your hood since they can leave scratch marks Rinse with warm water and once again wipe the range hood dry with a soft cloth Cleaning and Care of your Filters It is very important to keep the filters clean When filters are dirty the overall performance of the range hood is affected Baffles To clean baffles remove the center panel baffles and grease tray Wash them in the dishwasher or spray them with a degreaser Simple Green and wash them by hand Dry them thoroughly before replacing NOTE Grease accumulates in the grease tray and should be cleaned regularly Mesh Clean it in the dishwasher or spray it with a degreaser Simple Green and wash with warm water by hand NOTE Some dishwashing detergents may discolor mesh filters but this does not change their efficiency

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